Neem Oil is a widely used resource in southeast Asia, particularly in India where it is used in agriculture as an insecticide, as a medicine and in the production of cosmetics.
Neem oil is crushed from the leaves and seeds of the neem tree. It contains 35 biologically active principals and has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties.
It can be used in soaps, beauty creams, nail polishes and toothpastes for its anti-bacterial properties.
It is reccommended that Neem Oil is diluted to between 2% and 5% for use in skincare. It is a strong smelling oil which has a fragrance some people cannot abide. It can be improved by adding fragrant essential oils.
It's a viscous oil that may require gentle heating to return it to liquid form.
Melia azadirachta Seed Oil is the oil expressed from the seeds of the
Neem Tree, Melia azadirachta L., Meliaceae.
Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and fungicidal.
Melia azadirachta Seed Oil
Indian Ayurvedic texts have described the Neem tree and its remarkable healing properties as far back as 5000 BC. Neem is one of the most ancient and widely used herbs on earth, it is a member of the meliaceae family and is now grown in over 40 countries. In Sanskrit, the Neem tree is known as "Aristha" meaning reliever of all diseases. Indians often refer to the tree as the village pharmacy.
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